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Ben & Bev live in Grand Rapids, MI where Ben serves as Great Lakes
Regional Leader for CRC Home Missions. They have previously served
ministries in Minnesota, Ohio and Michigan. Bev is a church musician as well
as a trained therapist, doing marriage and family counseling along with work in
the area of domestic violence. They have made nearly 50 presentations of the
Healthy Congregations material in church classis retreats and in pastor & staff
Ben & Bev Becksvoort
At the age of eight, Bethany declared that she would become a “missionary in the city”.
What this exactly was or what it meant she was not sure; she only knew this was what
God was calling her to do. Over the next many years, she has had the privilege of
working with numerous non-profits, churches and city agencies focusing on urban
ministry and community development. Bethany has her undergraduate degree in
Urban Ministry from North Park University, her Masters of Divinity in Urban Ministry
from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary Boston, and is currently finishing her
Doctorate in Church and Community Development from Bakke Graduate University.
She is a member of the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) and
Communities First Association and is the executive director of the Chicago-based
nonprofit Requip NFP working with churches and other nonprofit organizations towards community transformation.
Dr. Robert Keeley is Professor of Education and chair of the Education Department at Calvin College where he teaches educational psychology and religious education in the elementary classroom. He received his Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Denver and has more than 30 years of experience working with children and young people in churches and schools. Dr. Keeley has published a number of articles, two mathematics textbooks and, along with his wife, Laura, has co-authored a number of Christmas plays and church school curricula for children. His latest book, Helping Our Children Grow in Faith: How the Church Can Nurture the Spiritual Development of Kids
is published by Baker Books. Bob and Laura also serve as
Directors of Children's Ministries at 14th St. Christian Reformed Church in Holland, MI
where he frequently uses his guitar to lead worship. The Keeleys have four children.
Greg Scheer has composed over 500 pieces, songs and arrangements. His music is
published by Augsburg Fortress, GIA, Abingdon, Abingdon Press, Worship Today and
Faith Alive. Scheer is Vice President of the Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers,
and a member of Broadcast Music Incorporated, LicenSing, and Christian Copyright
Licensing International. In 1993 he received an MA in composition and theory from the
University of Pittsburgh. Since then he has served at Bellefield Presbyterian Church in
Pittsburgh, Wildwood Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee, and Northwestern College in
Orange City, Iowa. At present he, his wife Amy, and their sons Simon and Theo live in
Grand Rapids, Michigan where Greg is Minister of Worship at Church of the Servant and
Music Associate at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
Dr. H. David Schuringa is an ordained minister in the Christian Reformed Church. He is a graduate of Trinity Christian College (B.A.), Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia (M.A.R.; M.Div.), Calvin Theological Seminary (Th.M.) and the Theologische Universiteit te Kampen, The Netherlands (Ph.D.). Dr. Schuringa served as senior pastor of two established churches in West Michigan and planted a church in Southern California. He taught for nine years at Westminster Seminary California and served as an adjunct professor at Calvin Theological Seminary and Kuyper College in Grand Rapids. In 1999, Dr. Schuringa accepted the appointment
to head the rapidly growing ministry of CBI. In 2005 he founded The Center for
Advanced Studies at Crossroad Bible Institute. He is also the host of the weekly
radio program Crossroad Connection
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